Carl Constantine wrote:
> 
> On 3/12/2001 07:35, Carl Constantine at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> > On 3/12/2001 06:58, Jason P. Holland at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >
> >> Thanks for the quick response.  In IE 5.5, the background is light blue.  In
> >> netscape 4.76 on my linux box, its black.  the graphic is at
> >> http://jholland.nichware.net/alivepreview.html.  i have no clue.  seems like
> >> it would work.  thanks for the help.
> >
> > It appears properly in MSIE 5.0 on the Mac. Netscape has a black background.
> >
> > I would hazard to guess that MSIE 5.5 on Winblows isn't fully alpha-png
> > compatible just as suggested by Rebecca Walter. It must be supported in the
> > browser for it to work.
> >
> 
> I just thought of another approach, since the graphic looks quite nice with
> the exception of the boarder around the main image, you can always try
> cropping the image so there is no boarder/background. Then it won't matter
> what browser you use, it will look correct.
> 
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This approach works just fine unless the image has rounded corners, as many of
mine do. Cropping leaves you with a rectangular image which, without a
transparent background, causes annoying white (or whatever your background color
is) artifacts outside the rounded corners.

Regards,

Bill Lee
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